Sunday, 4 April 2010

Something to cherish

Everyday matters 266 - draw something you cherish.  Here's an old photograph, blurred and yellowed with time.
It's my mum and dad, my 'little' brother and me  on the beach together many years ago.
I have all sorts of  treasures that I keep to remind me of when I was young, my grandparents, my children when they too were little, and what I really cherish are the memories they bring back.

9 comments:

Patsy Taylor-Craw said...

Your picture is wonderful. You really picked a great subject to cherish. Memories are the best and I have come to know how important they are as I watch my Dad have his memories stolen by dementia.

Mouse Prints said...

I too love to cherish memories from the photos I have. you have brought to life again what that photo represents. Great Job!! Have a great week!

raena said...

Wonderful example of "cherish"!

curiouscrow said...

You've really captured the feel of an old precious photo in this drawing. Lovely - I can feel what it means to you.

frayedattheedge said...

What a wonderful idea!!

Ramona Davidson said...

I would never had thought to do that. Wonderful idea and art too.

donna said...

You did a great job with this challenge. I love the picture of a picture!

Gillian said...

How clever to draw an actual photo - just think of the extensive subject matter we all possess. Love it!

bendelachanal said...

Your drawing is very touching, the idea of drawing a photograph but also the way you did it, beautiful!

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